Saturday, 16 July 2016
Another forgotten Irish movie from the 1980s. This is a drab production with bad acting. An IRA driver gets hired by the family of the husband his gang killed. Like an early Channel 4 production this is dated and not too good. Lots of dark lighting and brief scenes with cuts to different locations and characters. Some good bits of the hired hands travelling to and from work. Early part features a young Gerard Mannix Flynn. Film does its best to avoid anything remotely cinematic.
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